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By Sublime Team

New research suggests over half 52% of consumers in the UK and US want the fashion industry to become more sustainable, with calls for reduced packaging and fair pay for workers among their top demands. 29% of these consumers say they will pay more


By Daisy-Mae Bray

Visible Justice, an exhibition and events programme exploring social justice in national and international contexts presented by London College of Communication’s Media School.


By Sublime Team

The trouble with water – and there is trouble with water – is that they’re not making any more of it. They’re not making any less, but no more either – there is the same amount of water on the planet now as there was in prehistoric times.


By Daisy-Mae Bray

Today is the day, it is arguably a monumental moment in British history. Huge crowds of young students (#GenerationClimate) skip school to gather together on strike against what they believe is the most crucial problem of our times.


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